CCW Breakaway cargo pants?

CCW Breakaway cargo pants?

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    Senior Member Array nightsonge's Avatar
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    CCW Breakaway cargo pants?

    Has anyone seen or used these? comments? Looks interesting to me.

    A 1911 is Not an obsession, it's simply a recognition that it's THE Gun. :-) All others are runner ups. And hey, if all else fails, aim for the nose and fling it to knock out your foe. Let's see y'all do that with a kel-Tec. ;-)

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    I bought a pair but I couldn't get them to work with my 1911. Looked like I had a bazooka in my front pocket.
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    when i used a horizontal shoulder holster for my p-11 i wore only shirts with snaps ( rather than buttons)
    that allowed for fast, non destructive access to the gun. worked fine but the defender came out and i moved on
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    I basically accomplish the same results with pocket carry. I can have hand in pocket, thus appearing very passive, yet gun is fully in hand, ready for instant draw.
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    IS that a Red Hawk Alaskan in your pocket or are you on your way to make some banana pancakes?

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    Looks good for business casual.

    Not too sure about the "Faster than a traditional holster draw" tho. I'd have to check that claim out for myself.
    Last edited by Flasher; August 22nd, 2011 at 12:29 PM. Reason: Decided to finish my thought before posting...
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    I tried a pair of their cargo pants when they first came out, intending to use it for my G26.

    The fabric is strong, but thick, and it made me very hot.

    I was able to pull the trigger through the material in a test. They now have an optional plastic insert that is supposed to fix this issue, IIRC.

    When sitting, the gun printed, and it was weird to have the gun laying on top of my thigh.

    Just didn't work for me...sold for a loss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrike6 View Post
    Looked like I had a bazooka in my front pocket.
    My pants always look like that, even when I'm not carrying a firearm! /jokes

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    Not for me, I'll stick to an IWB holster or a pocket rig.


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